USB A

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Attach a USB Type-A flash drive to play any WAV/MP3 files stored to the flash drive.

Using the menu, select the folder that contains the WAV/MP3 files; select the file you want to play, and adjust the level by rotating the Level control.

Note
Routing settings for USB from PC are also applied to USB A playback. See USB B from PC below

USB A Playback.jpg


USB drives Bose has tested with the T4S and T8S ToneMatch mixers

  • Verbatim Nano 8GB - USB 2.0 (49820)
  • Toshiba TransMemory 32GB U303 - USB 3.0 (THN-U303W0320E4)
  • SanDisk Cruzer Blade 64GB - USB 2.0 (SDCZ50-064G-B35)
  • SanDisk Cruzer Blade 32GB - USB 2.0 (SDCZ50-032G)
  • SanDisk Ultra Flair 16GB - USB 3.0 (SDCZ73-016G-G46)
  • Intenso Alu Line 16GB - USB 2.0 (specific model # unclear)
  • PNY 64GB - USB 2.0 (FD64GATT4-EF)
  • Kingston DataTraveler 50 32GB - USB 3.1 (specific model # unclear)
  • PNY Attache 16GB - USB 2.0 (FD16GATT03-GE)

The following devices have been reported to work by T4S/T8S owners.

Sandisk Extreme 64Gb formatted FAT 32

Notes
  • Some customers have reported that you can only have 64 files in a folder. More than 64 will not be recognized.
  • If you have .wav files that won't play, try converting them to .mp3 files.